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Chicken Curry

Ajanta Cuisine Of India
There are food items that set a standard among ethnic eateries. For Mexican restaurants, it may be the carne asada; for Italian establishments, perhaps it’s the red sauce. In Indian cuisine, there are many markers that may be used to measure a restaurant’s culinary chops, but the most reliable would be chicken curry. The chicken should be moist and tender, yet not fall apart in the sauce. The veggies should be cooked until they are perfectly toothsome. The sauce, stained vibrantly by the spices, should be creamy, garlicky and flavorful. Oklahoma City’s Ajanta Cuisine Of India passes the curry test and then some. This nondescript eatery in the northern part of the city offers Indian staples in addition to dishes that are for the more adventurous. The garlic naan is a must for any meal ordered. 12215 N. Pennsylvania Ave., Oklahoma City. 405.752.5283

Chicken Salad Sandwich

Agora Coffeehouse
There are plenty of places in Tulsa to get a quick, decent lunch, but how many can offer a from-scratch meal for under $10? Not too many would be the correct answer. Agora Coffeehouse, located in the Fontana shopping center at 51st and Memorial, is a coffeehouse that provides casual atmosphere and tasty eats. Be sure to try the chicken salad sandwich, made fresh in Agora’s kitchen. Tender chunks of chicken are mixed with veggies and dressing and served on Agora’s specialty bread of the day. It’s a filling meal that is great for a hearty lunch or light supper. Don’t leave without sampling one of Agora’s delectable desserts, which change daily. The coffeehouse also offers hot and cold coffee drinks as well as smoothies and breakfast options. 4959 S. 79th E. Ave., Tulsa. www.agoracoffeehouse.com

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